William H. Wiley 1866
Distinguished Faculty Award


This prize, honoring those who have won the respect of the faculty, was established in 1977 by the late Edward P. Hamilton '07, a trustee of Rensselaer for 34 years. He set up an endowment in memory of his uncle, William H. Wiley, also an alumnus, Class of 1866. The recipient is chosen by the Faculty Committee on Honors, by nomination of the faculty. The award is based on excellence in teaching, productive research, and interest in the totality of the educational process.

The 2006 award is presented to:
Professor Gwo-Ching Wang

Physics, Applied Physics & AStronomy

School of Science

NOMINATION FORM